How a Small Nashville Print Shop Forever Changed the Look of Advertising

How a Small Nashville Print Shop Forever Changed the Look of Advertising

  The 1.2 million people who visit Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum each year have plenty to gawk at Taylor Swifts rhinestone guitar, Elvis gold-plated Cadillac Fleetwood limousine, 26 Grammy Awards, a wall of gold records and enough stage costumes to fill…

Best Things to Do in Nashville in the Summer

Best Things to Do in Nashville in the Summer

Despite what the Halloween decorations popping up in most stores around town might have you believe, summer is NOT over yet. Its still 100 degrees outside and there are lots of warm summer days left to enjoy, and you don’t need to search to find…

Summer Things to Do in Nashville!

Summer Things to Do in Nashville!

  Nashville is having a hot time this summer and is putting together a soundtrack of everyones summer favorites for Music City visitors. Live music, unique festivals and events, culinary excursions, family fun and new exhibits all combined with summer sunshine and the great outdoors…

The Nashville Bucket List – Things to Do Before You Die

The Nashville Bucket List – Things to Do Before You Die

As the slower country songs constantly remind us, we’re all going to kick the bucket one day. And as Nashvillians, were fortunate enough to live in a city with no shortage of great things to do, see, and eat, before that happens. So with that…

Where to Get the Best Sandwiches in Nashville

Where to Get the Best Sandwiches in Nashville

  Fun fact! The ham sandwich is the most popular sandwich in the country. Another fun fact! The country apparently has, like, super-boring taste in sandwiches. Here are a dozen delicious Nashville sandwich spots that’ll give you a lot more than mere ham and bread……

Why Millennial’s Are Flocking to Nashville

Why Millennial’s Are Flocking to Nashville

The big story for Nashvilles growth has been multifamily. Employment gains and new entertainment attractions are luring Millennials to the southern city, which is driving multifamily demand. For the past five years, Marcus & Millichap reports in its Nashville, 2015 Outlook, the metro has generated…

Things the Rest of the World Needs to Thank Nashville for

Things the Rest of the World Needs to Thank Nashville for

Nashville is kind of an “It” city right now (Sorry Portland! Or Austin! Or wherever the “It” city was before!), but it’s important to remember that the city’s contributions to the planet didn’t just start the moment Jack White moved in. Music City has a…

How Modern Transit and Highways Affect Property Values

How Modern Transit and Highways Affect Property Values

BEEP! BEEP! Do you hear that everyday? Whether you are hurrying along your daily commute, or whether you live adjacent to a busy highway— the stress and noise of modern transit seem unavoidable. While new highways are great for commuters, they are not so great…

Meet the duo who really, really wants the Nashville Sounds’ new stadium to be successful

Meet the duo who really, really wants the Nashville Sounds’ new stadium to be successful

As a duo, Frank Ward, the Sounds owner, and Garry Arthur, the teams chief operating officer, are a study in contrasts. Arthur stands well over 6-feet tall, and Ward, well-under. Arthur, from Vancouver, speaks with a deep Canadian accent. Ward, who is from New York,…

Tight real estate market becomes game of ‘first to know’

Tight real estate market becomes game of ‘first to know’

With multiple offers often going in the first day a home goes on the market, Realtors must be resourceful in getting their clients in the door first. After walking through the first house they looked at, first-time home buyers Megan and David Stricker followed their…